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Just google them. I myself haven't gone through them but I suppose these links on amazon to be of the same books because they have same ISBN numbers. Amazon Absolute Beginner's Guide to C, Second Edition Greg Perry Programming in C, Third Edition Stephen Kochan How Computers Work, Ninth Edition Ron White Hacker's Delight Henry S. Warren Jr. Google ...


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Absolute Beginner’s Guide to C, Second Edition by Greg Perry http://cdn2.filepi.com/g/JsEYdaF/1458060723/a7931f4d2a204ed438748b7288c52058? Programming in C, Third Edition by Stephen Kochan http://www.moreware.org/books/Kochan%20-%20ProgramminginC.pdf


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The current versions (Fall 2015) of the lecture videos are available on youtube at the following link: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLhQjrBD2T383Xfn0zECHrOTpfOSlptPAB However I don't know if those match the pset(s), etc. of what's currently available on the edX CS50 site.


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A good way to check to answer your question is to check out a sample pdf link at this address: http://ptgmedia.pearsoncmg.com/images/9780321842688/samplepages/0321842685.pdf


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Is the Hacker's Delight book worth having? I have not read the book, but if your goal is indeed to "learn as much as possible", it's probably worth having. I'm sure you can learn something from it. How can I use it to be a better coder within CS50? Or is it something I should read after I complete CS50? The syllabus lists Hacker's Delight under ...


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*Hello, the books are available online almost on all e-commerce websites like Amazon, Flipkart(Indian's only), Ebay among others. * Best of luck finding the books, and happy coding... :)


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